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Re: DCMT V PR nnnnnnnn NC

  • 1.  Re: DCMT V PR nnnnnnnn NC

    Posted 06-05-2007 08:03 PM
    Hi Chris,

    Thanks very much for this. Great stuff. I'm familiar with Assembler, but
    I'm still bit of a newbie with IDMS. I'm using the following JCL to new
    copy all programs in my 2SHD environment. However it is giving me a
    S0C6, and I have not (yet) identified the instruction.

    Does this JCL look like what I should be using?? Thanks very much.

    /*
    /B$DCVSUB EXEC PGM=B$DCVSUB
    /STEPLIB DD DSN=IDMS2SHD.USERLOD.X,DISP=SHR
    / DD DSN=IDMS2SHD.LOADLIB.X,DISP=SHR
    /SYSCTL DD DSN=IDMS2SHD.SYSCTL.X,DISP=SHR
    /SYSLST DD SYSOUT=*
    /SYSOUT DD SYSOUT=*
    /SYSPRINT DD SYSOUT=*
    /*
    "
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    Re: DCMT V PR nnnnnnnn NC
    "Hi Chris,

    Thanks very much for this. Great stuff. I'm familiar with Assembler, but
    I'm still bit of a newbie with IDMS. I'm using the following JCL to new
    copy all programs in my 2SHD environment. However it is giving me a S0C6,
    and I have not (yet) identified the instruction.

    Does this JCL look like what I should be using?? Thanks very much.

    /*
    /B$DCVSUB EXEC PGM=B$DCVSUB
    /STEPLIB DD DSN=IDMS2SHD.USERLOD.X,DISP=SHR
    / DD DSN=IDMS2SHD.LOADLIB.X,DISP=SHR
    /SYSCTL DD DSN=IDMS2SHD.SYSCTL.X,DISP=SHR
    /SYSLST DD SYSOUT=*
    /SYSOUT DD SYSOUT=*
    /SYSPRINT DD SYSOUT=*
    /*
    "
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    Re: [IDMSVENDOR-L] Connect and Disconnect System Index
    "I wonder ... if one could compare the two subschemas, look for the
    difference due to the set definition, then in the job:

    1) create a ""exclusive"" subschema (from the original schema) for this
    program
    2) in the job, zap the subschema load module to make the set OM
    3) newcopy the subschema to force the change into memory
    4) run the program
    5) zap the subschema load module back to its generated condition
    6) new copy it back

    this way there is only one schema to fool with ...




    This is Chris Hoelscher and I approved this message!

    Chris Hoelscher
    Senior IDMS & DB2 Database Administrator
    Humana Inc
    502-476-2538
    choelscher@humana.com



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    Re: Connect and Disconnect System Index
    "We have used this technique for years. The only drawback is that you
    must remember to update both schemas whenever you make any change to the
    database.